Veterans and Tolls
Does the Mobility Authority offer discounted toll rates for disabled veterans?
The Board Members and staff of the Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority honor and appreciate the service of the men and woman of our military forces, past and present.
State law allows a Texas toll road entity to offer discounted or free tolls for vehicles with a Disabled Veteran, Purple Heart, or Legion of Valor specialty license plate. No state funds have been appropriated to defray the cost of providing this benefit, however, and the Mobility Authority does not offer discounted or free tolls under such a program at this time. Click here to see our Board of Director's Resolution pertaining to this issue.
Veterans and other beneficiaries may be eligible to have toll charges reimbursed by the U.S. Department of Veteran’s Affairs when they use a toll road to travel for care at a Veteran’s Administration medical facility. The Beneficiary Travel Benefits program is established and administered by the Veterans Administration. Click here for details on eligibility and the VA’s procedures for reimbursement of toll charges available from the Veterans Administration.
The VA’s Beneficiary Travel Benefits program does not require that the person eligible for toll reimbursement travel in a vehicle with a Disabled Veterans or other special license plate. However, to be reimbursed for toll charges, you must submit a form to the VA with your receipt for payment of the toll charge no later than thirty days after the date you traveled to a VA facility for medical care. Click here to download the required VA Form 10-3542.
For more information, questions, or assistance relating to the Beneficiary Travel Benefits program, please contact the Veterans Administration Beneficiary Travel Office at (254) 743 0749.:
How do I get a receipt for my toll bill?
If you have a TxTag, log in to your account at TxTag.org. Click on Account Overview to see your latest toll transactions and the associated amount.
Screenshot of TxTag.org Account Overview web page:
For more information, you may also call TxTag or go by their service center:
12719 Burnet Road
Austin, TX 78727
If you received a Pay by Mail invoice for travel on 183A Toll or 290 Toll (Manor Expressway), you may use the printed invoice as your receipt to submit for reimbursement.
If you don't have a paper copy of your invoice and would like to view your bill online to print one, visit www.paytexastoll.com, click on Pay Online and the View my Bill button. Or call toll free at
If reference number and license plate are not available, please callor toll free at
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